Posted by Jim FL on April 22, 2002 at 17:13:40:
I too have read and studied the materials you mentioned, as well as Davids course material.
Sure, in my opinion, one can NEVER have too many educational materials.
Each author offers their own take on things, and their own approach.
I personally like David’s approach, as it is very much like my own.
He talks about what he does, and it is almost like having a conversation with him face to face.
In my opinion, David is more of a philosophy teacher type than the hype it up get rich with creative real estate type.
Heck, the price alone makes his materials worth it.
Think about it, should you spend a couple hundred bucks on some course material from anyone, David included, and you learn ONE THING that helps you make PROFIT greater than the expense of the course, was it worth it?
Hence the reason I personally own several courses and books on REI.
And I always buy more all the time.
Sure, some of them repeat the same info, but it comes from different authors who most times offer a different approach, or some kernel of knowledge.
My vote is for you to go ahead and get his course.
Besides, the author is accessible online to answer questions as well.